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I'm kinda interested to know why we're silently returning NULL anyway,
and not using g_return_val_if_fail. Most probably this is/was a kludge
to avoid some other problem. Perhaps it is no longer necessary. Anyway,
I'd be interested to see what happens if we change it to use
On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 04:58:22PM -0700, Ben Pfaff wrote:
Here's a first batch of changes that prepare for my work on the
GUI data and variable sheets. Many of these changes simply fix
minor bugs and style issues and do little improvements to
Feedback welcomed. I'll give this a few days or until I hear back
Ben Pfaff (11):
psppire-data-editor: Drop psppire_data_editor_set_font() redundancy.
psppire-data-store: Use PSPPIRE namespace instead of GTK+'s.
psppire-data-store: Use NULL for a null pointer.
psppire-buttonbox: Fix style in header file.
gtkxpaned: Remove write-only variables.
find-dialog: Change "Cancel" button to "Close" button.
Allow dictionary 'var_deleted' callback to examine the deleted var.
psppire-dict: Get rid of static var in auto_generate_var_name().
psppire-dict: Make auto_generate_var_name() public, and rename.
psppire-dict: Return new var from psppire_dict_insert_variable().
psppire-dict: Better validate idx arg in psppire_dict_get_variable().